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What is the "LAST MILE"?

The so called LAST Mile is the cable that connects the end user to the telecommunication centre.

It is the line that has been installed an maintained by national telephone companies.

Even today these telephone lines are being used for internet data connectivity with reasonable speed and cost. These telecommunication lines have been designed for data transmissions and are shielded and balanced, so they do not create a risk to existing radio service.

Optical fibre technology is used when data volume and high speed requirements are envisaged by larger companies or specific applications. This will be an EMC free technology for the future, but requires still some investments to bring fibre cables to the home.

 


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